Daily Archives: June 22, 2017

Buzz Me: Blondie helping to save the bees with new campaign tied into “Pollinator” album

Credit: Alexander ThompsonDebbie Harry and her band Blondie have launched a new campaign called BEE Connected, designed to raise awareness about the decline in the global population of bees, as well

Black Sabbath details “The Ten Year War” vinyl box set

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Following a cryptic teaser, Black Sabbath has announced The Ten Year War: a limited-edition box set including the band's first eight studio albums, which all featured original frontman Ozzy Osbourne. The

Foo Fighters premiere new “Concrete and Gold” song “Sunday Rain” during Latvia show

Roswell Records/RCA RecordsFoo Fighters debuted a new song from their forthcoming album Concrete and Gold during their show in Latvia Wednesday night. The track is called "Sunday Rain," and it features drummer

KISS’ Gene Simmons abandons application to trademark “devil’s horns” hand gesture

Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty ImagesTake heart, heavy-metal fans: you can now feel free to flash the popular "devil's horns" hand gesture without worrying if KISS bassist Gene Simmons will sue you.

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Watch video for charity single benefiting London fire victims, featuring Who members and other stars, now

Artists for GrenfellThe star-studded version of Simon and Garfunkel's classic "Bridge over Troubled Water" organized by Simon Cowell to raise funds for those affected by the deadly Grenfell Tower fire in

Watch a clip from Iggy Pop and Josh Homme’s “American Valhalla” documentary

More2Screen/Eagle Rock FilmsThe story of Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's collaborative Post Pop Depression album will be told in the upcoming documentary American Valhalla. You can watch a clip from the film

Jackson Browne announces new August concert to benefit Detroit theater and community arts programs

Credit: Nels IsraelsonAfter lining up an August 13 benefit show in Chicago for the Veterans for Peace organization, Jackson Browne has scheduled a new charity gig three days earlier in Detroit.

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U2 to play intimate show at fundraiser where bass player Adam Clayton is being honored

Paul Morigi/Getty ImagesU2 will be performing at this year's 13th annual MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert, at which the band's bass player, Adam Clayton, is being honored.

While we already knew Clayton would

Chuck Berry’s son says his dad gave approval to everything on his just-released final album, “Chuck”

DualtoneChuck Berry, who died in March at age 90, released his final studio album, Chuck, earlier this month. The rock 'n' roll pioneer's son Charles Berry Jr., who contributed some guitar